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First Steel Cutting for Seabourn Encore

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

April 16, 2015

Seabourn celebrated an important milestone today with the cutting of the first steel for Seabourn Encore.

Seabourn celebrated an important milestone today with the cutting of the first steel for Seabourn Encore.

 

The plate-cutting ceremony was held today at the Marghera shipyard for the "Seabourn Encore", the first of two ultra-luxury cruise ships that Fincantieri will build for Seabourn, brand of Carnival Corporation.

“Seabourn Encore”, due to join the Seabourn fleet in the end of 2016, will be built according to the standards and technical solutions that make Seabourn one of the most prestigious brands in the ultra-luxury segment and will continue the fleet modernization that began in 2009.

The all-suite ship will be approximately 40,350 gross tons, 210 metres long and 28 metres wide and will be able to reach a cruising speed of 18.6 knots. It will carry up just 600 guests, based on double occupancy. Every suite will feature a private veranda.

Safety will be one of this ship's major strong points. It will be built using the very latest technologies, whose standards will exceed the requirements of the relevant legislation. Fuel consumption will be significantly reduced by optimizing the ship's hydrodynamics.

Fincantieri has built 59 ships for Carnival since 1990, with another 7 ships for this group currently in the Fincantieri orderbook.


 

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